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Comprehension Quizzes & Trivia

If you’re reading this message, you’re displaying some level of comprehension. Reading comprehension is a skill taught early in school. It is defined as someone reading text and understanding its meaning. Comprehension involves many characteristics, including the age of the reader, their skill level, language, and prior knowledge of the subject.
 
The reader will ask themselves: “Why should I read this?” and “Do I need to read more to understand?” Do you know the definition of phonics? It is an important aspect of comprehension. Another important part of comprehension is visualization – visualizing the words and their meaning while reading. Are you ready to put your comprehension skills to the test? Take one of our comprehension quizzes to see if you comprehend its true meaning!
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     This quiz contains reading passages that focus on various manifestations of reading comprehension. It consists of three selections and 15 questions intended to measure your literal, inferential, and...

Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 474   |  Last updated: Jan 15, 2013
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    Rothko wanted to be an artist

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Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 4926   |  Last updated: Jan 18, 2013
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    1.King Minos asks Daedalus to build him a new 

Are you looking for a Reading Comprehension Skills Test? This quiz is perfect for testing out the level of understanding you have when it comes to reading passages and if you can answer questions on them. Be sure to give it a try...

Questions: 26  |  Attempts: 483   |  Last updated: Dec 3, 2019
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    Are you scared of heights?  Fifteen-year-old Merrick Johnston is not.  In 1995, she climbed Mount McKinley - a 20,320-foot mountain in Alaska.  She became the youngest person ever to reach the mountain's peak!  Merrick climbed with her mom and a guide.   They each carried a backpack full of supplies.  The team faced icy slopes and rough weather.  It took 26 days to reach the top.        What is the main idea of this story?

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Questions: 25  |  Attempts: 3778   |  Last updated: Sep 10, 2020
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    The word “widely” could most easily be replaced by...

The series of examinations you are about to take tests your stock knowledge on general subjects. These exams contain questions based on the following subjects: Language Proficiency, Math, Science, Reading Comprehension,...

Questions: 19  |  Attempts: 231   |  Last updated: Jan 2, 2013
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    Selection 1         The queen bee is the most important bee in the hive. She is usually the mother of all the bees in the hive, and rules over all the other bees. Special worker bees look after her by brushing and combing her body and making sure that she is fed on royal jelly. The queen must be strong and healthy to lay eggs. It has been estimated that she may lay two thousand eggs a day and up to a million in her lifetime.         A queen bee lives in the middle of the hive where it is warm. She goes from cell to cell poling in her long slender body to lay eggs. She lays eggs in a few special cells that are reserved for the new queens. The ordinary eggs hatch out into larvae and are fed on bee bread. The new queens are fed royal jelly, a secretion from glands on the heads of young workers, to make the queens grow faster and have a different appearance from the worker bees.         When a colony of bees becomes overcrowded, the old queen moves off. She takes many of the worker bees with her and leaves in a swarm. Some workers stay behind to care for the larvae that have been left behind. After the pupa stage, the young bees emerge. Among the young bees are the few young queens, who have been in their special cells that look like half peanut shells. The queens fight and sting each other until only one remains as the new ruler of the hive. She then flies from the hive to mate with one or more drones. The young queen returns to the hive and begins to lay eggs two days later. The new queen never needs to mate again and may live for as long as another five years. Question: Around how many eggs could a queen bee lay in a day?
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The correct answer to this question is C, The many ways kites have been used. The story starts by informing the reader how long kites have been flown, which is for 3,000 years. It then goes on to state it will list the purposes that kites have. This
What is the main idea of this story? Are you scared of heights? Fifteen-year-old Merrick Johnston is not. In 1995, she climbed Mount McKinley - a 20,320-foot mountain in Alaska. She became the...
The correct answer to this question is A, Merrick reached a tough goal at a young age. The answer to this question is given at the start of the story. It starts by telling us the age of Merrick and the impressive feat she reached at that young age.
Which person's daily routine is this? Daily Routines After watching the video about Mr Bean`s daily routine, take a look at the text using the present simple:Mr. Bean gets up before 6 a.m. Then he...
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